Arkansas Notary Public

A notary public’s term in Arkansas is 10 years and any resident may sign up by following the instructions below and completing the application. Send all forms to the Secretary of State’s office at: Business & Commercial Services, 250 Victory Building, 1401 W. Capitol, Little Rock 72201-1094

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How to Become a Notary Public in Arkansas Form

How to Become a Notary Public in Arkansas.pdf Follow the instructions in this form to become a notary in the State of Arkansas. The applicant will also need to have the registration form completed and

Arkansas Notary Public Fascimile Signature Registration Form

Arkansas Notary Public Fascimile Signature Registration.pdf If the notary signs many documents and would like to have a stamped signature to use then this form must be filed with the Secretary of Stat

Arkansas Notary Public Change of Information Form

Arkansas Notary Public Change of Information.pdf If a notary has any changes with their personal information it must be done by filing this form and sending to the Secretary of State's office at: Busi

Arkansas Notary Public Application Form

Arkansas Notary Public Application.pdf This form is used to become a notary in the State of Arkansas. Send this form to the following address and there is no fee. Follow the Guide Business and Commerc